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Quercus U.S. Distribution Moves To HBG

Posted at 8:33AM Wednesday 21 May 2014

Following the purchase of Quercus by Hachette U.K. earlier this spring, distribution for Quercus' U.S. titles will move from Random House Publisher Services to Hachette's U.S. unit, Hachette Book Group, on July 1. As part of the transition, Quercus' five U.S.-based employees moved to HBG's offices last Friday.

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